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A florist sold bouquet of red roses to 15 of the first 20 customers who came into his shop.

1. What is the experimental probability that a random customer in that group bought a bouquet of red roses?

2. Based on the experimental probability, how many bouquets of red roses should the florist expect to sell on a day with 120 customers?

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  1. 1. 15/20 = 3/4 = .75

    2. 120 *.75 = ?

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